Catalyst In the News

  • This piece quotes Allyson Zimmerman, Senior Director, Catalyst Europe, and complements her input with information from the High-Potential Women in Europe infographic report.

    Comfia Info, by In Spanish

  • This article mentions Catalyst’s High-Potential Women in Europe infographic to show Women executives in Europe earn up to €36,000 less than their male colleagues.

    The Independent

  • Authored by Sibylle Rupprecht, Executive Director of Catalyst Europe, this piece explores how to promote inclusion in the workplace and references Catalyst’s Feeling Different: Being the “Other” in U.S. Workplaces.

    The Guardian, by Sibylle Rupprecht

  • Citing Catalyst’s Inclusive Leadership: The View From Six Countries, this article demonstrates how an inclusive work culture leads to improved productivity. Allyson Zimmerman, Senior Director of Catalyst Europe, is also quoted.

    Forbes, by Karen Higginbottom

  • Allyson Zimmermann, Senior Director, Catalyst Europe AG, is quoted in this piece about avoiding alienation in diversity initiatives.

    Huffington Post, by Neela Bettridge

  • Sibylle Rupprecht, Executive Director of Catalyst Europe, explains the importance of having women on boards in this piece.

    CNN, by Eoghan Macguire

  • Sibylle Rupprecht, Executive Director Catalyst Europe was quoted in this story is about changing the culture of long hours and face time in Europe's legal and banking sectors.

    ilm, by Karen Higginbottom

  • Catalyst mentioned in this piece about Advisory Board member Geraldine Elliot of Juniper Networks being appointed to Whirlpool board.

    Grand Rapids Business Journal, by Charlsie Dewey

  • Prompted by International Women’s Day, this article cites Catalyst’s Women in the World report to prove that women are underrepresented in many economies throughout the world.

    Economia, by Sibylle Rupprecht

  • Catalyst Ripple Effect Infographic cited and Debarah Gilles, President and CEO of Catalyst and Susan Stautberb, CEO of Women Corberate Directos are quoted in this story about the changing work place and womens' advance in buisness. 

    BBC, by Chelsea Emery